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We offer nearly a dozen Family Law titles, distinguished by reliable, authoritative content, clear and thoughtful organization, and renowned authors. Notable titles include Practice Under the Family Code, California Marital Settlement and other Family Law Agreements, California Child Custody Litigation and Practice, and Dividing Pensions and Other Employee Benefits in California Divorces. Full of commentary, practice advice, and sample documents, the OnLAW Family Law Library can help you get started with drafting a marital settlement agreement, navigating the intricacies of the California Family Code, and much more. Family Law developments and topics are covered in our CLE webinars and On Demand programs.

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The Roles of Evaluators and Consulting Psychologists in Custody Disputes

1.5 hours MCLE Credit. Specialization: Family Law


If your custody case looks like it is headed for an evaluation, it's time to give some thought to what type of mental health professionals your client should retain to obtain the best outcome for your client. Careful considerations should be given to whether the parties obtain a joint evaluation or separate evaluations, whether to retain a consulting expert, and what role that consulting expert should take. Renowned child custody expert, Philip M. Stahl, Ph.D., ABPP will explain the different roles and their benefits and risks to help you determine the best strategy for your custody cases.


Update on Family Law Business Valuations

1.5 hours MCLE Credit. Specialization: Family Law


Learn about the impact recent case law, including the Honer case, has had on business valuation, and get business valuation tips directly from a forensic accountant.

Using Marital Standard of Living in Spousal Support Determinations

1.5 hours MCLE Credit. Specialization: Family Law


The marital standard of living of the parties may be just one of the factors for determining permanent spousal support, but it is important enough that forensic experts are regularly retained to express their opinions on the matter to the court. Get the most out of your expert. Learn how to evaluate what role marital standard of living will play in your case, obtain and utilize a solid marital standard of living determination, convince the court that your expert has made the more accurate determination, and demonstrate that the marital standard of living supports your client's proposed spousal support award.


Cultural Competency in Family Law Practice 2018: Pitfalls & Sinkholes

The sixth year of this annual program is designed to identify, highlight, analyze and discuss interactions between cultural values and legal norms, and teach practitioners how to respect and implement cultural motivations in family law transactions and litigation without offending California public policies.

6 MCLE Credits, including 6 Hours Family Law Specialization

Special Requirements: 1 hour in Ethics, 1 in Elimination of Bias

Cultural Competency in Family Law Practice: Innovative Navigation in Cultural Gridlocks

Get practical tips to understand and handle cultural dead-ends in your litigation and settlement practice presented by six panels of family law judicial officers, experts, and psychologists.

6 MCLE Credits
Specialization: Family Law
Special Requirements: Ethics, Elimination of Bias

Family Law MCLE Compliance Package

25 MCLE Credits including 6 hours of Required Subjects


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